Keeping up the momentum from the first two hugely successful parties, Mixed returns for round three at one of East London’s finest industrial party spaces - Village Underground.

Heading up the main room is Berlin based house and techno aficionado Rupert Taylor, better known as XXXY. Rupert’s eclectic DJ sets are renowned for effortlessly gliding through the many shades of electronic dance music, so you can be sure to expect plenty of house and techno classics, garage influenced rhythms and deep, dubby basslines. With numerous releases on record labels such as W&O Street Tracks and Doc Daneeka’s Ten Thousand Yen, as well as a monthly show on Rinse FM, it is easy to see why XXXY has become a familiar entity amongst key tastemakers of late. 

Accompanying XXXY in the main room we have Prime Numbers head honcho Trus’me. With three albums and an impressive collection of remix works (including the likes of Motor City Drum Ensemble and Alton Miller) under his belt - Trus’me has worked his way up through the ranks with his hypnotic, deep and driving DJ sets, earning him a well deserved spot amongst the modern day house and techno elite. 

Last but by no means least we have one of Spain’s finest young exports - Pional, offering up a very special DJ performance. Best known for his releases on Permanent Vacation, Hivern Discs and Young turks, this young man has been racking up a hugely respectable repertoire both as a producer and as a DJ alike. With recent remix works for Jessie Ware and Debukas to his name, alongside a beautiful mix for Fact Magazine - Pional makes for the perfect final puzzle piece for our March edition.